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Float Tubes Lakes

Just trying to compile a list of lakes where you can float tube in Southern California:

Irvine
Sarl
LNL
Corona
Gregory
Puddingstone
Silverwood
Perris

Did I miss any of them? I am not sure but I think Big Bear you can. Anyway, I bet there are a bunch of lakes you can float tube in the San Diego area.
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01-28-2006, 08:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't forget the castaic lagoon!
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Silverwood

...Forget silverwood...its way to windy to float tube there in the summer...
(I know its not summer right now...lol)you can already have a hard time
canoeing...
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yeah big bear can be fun but the lake is huge and it can get pretty windy.
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01-28-2006, 12:23 PM   #5 (permalink)
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You forgot :

Lake Piru (a real lake)
Rose Valley Lakes (hidden way up in the Los Padres)
Pyramid (if it was functioning)




oh, & Salton Sea (but you don't need a float tube to actually float there)
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01-29-2006, 09:57 PM   #6 (permalink)
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You also forgot Jenk's Lake...
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You also forgot Jenk's Lake...
Yup sure did! Probably the best looking float tube allowed lake in Socal too.
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Yup sure did! Probably the best looking float tube allowed lake in Socal too.
Its like a little bit of the Sierra, but you have to go early in the season before all the church groups and scout troops start showing up to swim. I dont think I got to go there at all last year, I must make sure I get up there this spring.
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